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Haunt #18 (One tentacle for every guy Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Sat Nov 19, 2011 1:47 pm

Kirkman and McFarlane’s run comes to an end with a really quiet issue, I don’t see why we needed this issue of filler before Casey and Fox take over, but hey, there were some good moments. The art was an Incredible Hulk-esque clusterfuck though, I know Capullo is busy with Batman, but this book had 5 pencillers! Too many cooks spoil the Haunt. I’m not sure what my opinion is of this run on Haunt is as a whole really, there were some good ideas, but I don’t think Kirkman and McFarlane ever realised the potential of the book, and much like Astounding Wolf-Man, Kirkman got too interested in having shocking twists, so nothing ever seemed like it would last. I am excited for Casey’s run though, I think that could be an Alan Moore’s Supreme-style revolution.

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